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THE HAWK 

BOARD OF EDITORS 



Anna E. Costley Editor-in-Chief 

Harry F. Brown Associate Editor 

Freeman Thompson Sports Editor 

Clyde Thomas Associate Sports Editor 

Carolyn Thompson Staff Correspondent 

Bernice Washington Assistant Staff Correspondent 

Robert Ford Lay-Out Editor 

A. Ronald Waters 

Calvin Thomas 

Ronald McCullough Assistant Lay-Out Editors 

Carrol Marcus 

Earnest Satchell Art Editor 

Gerald Baltimore Assistant Art Editor 

Donald Stewart 
Leonard Wickes 
Benjamin Williams Senior Staff Photographers 

Scotland J. B. Harris Staff Photograher 

Faculty Advisers J. Leon Gates, Jimmie Mosley, Youra Quails, 

Thomas H. Wiles 



1961 - MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE - 1962 

Princess Anne, Maryland 




Professor Jimmie Mosley 
(In background: New Art Education Building 



We dedicate this issue of The Hawk to 
MR. JIMMIE MOSLEY 




in praise and thanks to this man whose 
life and teaching have firmly grounded 
the corner-stone of his New Art Educa- 
tion Building — artistry, devotion to 
duty, idealism, inspired teaching. 

"Be this the chosen site." 



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We dedicate this issue of The Hawk to 
DR. VERNON W. STONE 



in praise and thanks to this man whose 
life and teaching have firmly grounded 
the corner-stone of his New Business 
Education Building — scholarship, devo- 
tion to duty, idealism, inspired teaching. 

"Be this the chosen site." 




Professor Vernon W. Stone 

(In background: New Business Education Building) 





THE PRESIDENT OF MARYLAND STATE COLLEGE 
DR. JOHN TAYLOR WILLIAMS 

The artist who plans. 
The teacher xvho is liimselj the creed. 
The builder who raises this spacious 
campus, these toiuering walls. 




THE HONORABLE J. MILLARD TAWES 
THE GOVERNOR OE 1 HE STATE OE MARYLAND 



Leader in Politics 
Architect of Statesmanship 
Friend, Builder, and 

Dweller on the Eastern Shore. 



The Board of Regents for Higher Education 




Mr. Charles P. McCormick 

Chairman 




Dr. Wilson H. Elkins 
Executive Officer 




Dr. B. Herbert Brown 

Secretary 





Mr. Edward F. Holter 

J'ice Chairman 



Mr. Harry H. Nuttle 
Treasiirer 




Dr. Louis I. Kaplan 

Assistant Secretary 




Mr. C. Ewing Tuttle 




Mr. Thomas W. Pangborn 
Assistant Treasurer 




Judge ^Villiam \VaIsh 






Mr. Richard ^V. Case 



Dr. Thomas B. Symons 



Mrs. Sara A. Whitehurst 



Foreword 



A walk on the risky side might have been the 
designation given by a Maryland State student as 
he traversed his campus in 1961. Every few steps 
he took, it seemed, brought him -^vithin a stumble 
of an excavation, a cornerstone, a scaffolding, a 
skvline of bulldozers and toolhouses. Gone were 
the gracious symmetry and shining order that have 
been our enduring pride. "Hotv shall ^s'e live 
with this?" -iv-ailed the ^\omen of Murphy Hall as 
they beheld the 'ivide gashes of earth and ungainly 
building blocks obscuring their favorite view. 

But wait: Does not the grateful earth receive 
that cornerstone from hands that build kno-\vl- 
edge? On this site Maryland men and -women be 
given buildings \s-herein to grow in kno^vledge 
and ^visdom? Seventy-five years ago our founders 



dreamed a spacious campus of towering walls, 
kno^ving these -would come in the fullness of time. 
As we celebrate our diamond anniversary, Mary- 
land State students also celebrate the hundredth 
year of the American land grant college and are 
proud to be a part of the building idea that trans- 
cended empty spaces and temporary discomforts 
ivhile the modern land grant college took shape. 

If one must stumble into an excavation or be- 
hold a scaffolding that mars his customary view, 
let him be grateful that on this chosen site we for- 
tunate few stand heirs of men and women who 
dreamed of mansions of knowledge still to come. 
Here and there in the pages of The Hawk, 1961, 
are reminders that our college is a-building still 
on their dreams. 



Table of Contents 



Dedications 2 

Administration 5 

Faculty and Staff 9 

Senior Class 28 

Junior Class 44 

Sophomore Class 54 

Freshman Class 68 

Organizations 84 

Sports 105 

Features 119 



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Mrs. Laura I. Irvin 
Dean of Women 



Dr. James D. Singletary 
Dean of Maryland State College 



Mr. F. H. Harris 
Dean of MeJi 




Dr. E. Worthington Waters 
Director of Guidance 



Reverend W. Tycer Nelson 
College Minister; Sociology 






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Mrs. Ina Q. Steele 
Administrative Assistant to the President 



Mr. William J. Wilson 
Business Manager 




Mrs. Olie A. Carpenter 
Librarian 




Mrs. Rebecca 'W. Johnson, R. N. 
Nurse, Health Sennce 




Clifton j. Anderson, A. B., Indiana 
Physical Education 



Louis G. Austin, Ji, S., Howard; M. S., Ph. D., 
Ohio State; liiolopy 




Raymond P. Algatt, B. S., M. I. T. 

Mechanic Arts 




Byron K. Armstrong, A. B., A. M., Indiana; 
Ph. D., Michigan; History 





R. H. Beasley, A. B., Fort Valley; M. A., Atlanta 
Director of Maintenance 




Theodore Briggs, B. S., Hampton; M. S., Michigan 
Mechanic Arts 




Abraham Brind, A. B., Clark (Mass.) ; M. S., 
Columbia; PhyS'ics 



Mary Fair Burks, A. B., Alabama State; 
M. A., Columbia; English 



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Frank M. Carroll, B. M., Shenandoah (Va.) 

.M. M., Cincinnati, College of Music; Ph. D. 

Eastman (Rochester) ; Head, Music 




Carrie D. Chisholm 
Secretary to the Dean 




William H. Clelland, B. A., Kentucky State; 
M. A., Ohio State; Mechanic Arts 



Elizabeth Cordery 
Secretary, Public Relations — Athletics 




Ethel R. fJottnian, H. A., Delaware 
English 




Louis W. Cracken, A. B., Arizona; M. A., Denver; 
Lieutenant-Colonel, Air Force; Head, ROTC 



Ella P. Doane, 
Dormitory Matron 




Alethia A. Elps, A. B., M. A., Columbia 
Home Economics 




J. Leon Gates, A. B., Maryland State 
Accountant 




Phyllis Goldsborough 
Telephone Operator 




Jason C. Grant III, A. B., Virginia Union; 
;M. L. S., Atlanta; Librarian 




Sylvanus H. Hart, A. B., Howard; M. A., Columbia 

Music 




Freddye E. M. Hill, B. S., Morgan; M. A., Penn State 
Physical Education 




Anne Howard {standing) , Secretary 
Agriailturc - Home Economics 



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Cecelia E. Humphrey, B. S., Iowa State; M. A., M. S., 
Michigan; Ph. D., Cincinnati: Head, Home Economics 



William O. Hull, A. B., Lincoln (Pa.); M. S., 
Pennsylvania; Mathematics and Physics 





Lillian W. Jolley 
Assistant Deaii^pf Women 

Awdrey Jones, B. S., Maryland State 
Research Assistant 



William P. Hytche, B. S., Langston; M.S. 
Oklahoma State; Mathematics 





I. \'irginia Jones, E. A., Hamjjton; M. A., 

Columbia; Business Education 



T. Waldo Kiah, B. A., Morgan; M. Ed., Temple 

Education 





I. W. Knight, B. S., North Carolina 
Food Service 



¥. W. Lauridsen 

Engineering Drawing 




W. A. Lynk, B. A., Fisk; M. S., Michigan 

Chemistry ■ ■ 



Vernon E. McCain, A. B., Langston; M. A., 
Tennessee State; Director of Athletics- 



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RusseJl M. Morari, .Sergeant, USAF; 
AdminiUralive Assiitant, AFROTC 



Grace S. Morton, li. S., Hampton; M. S., Iowa State 
Home Economics Education 




Jimmie Mosely, B. A., Texas Southern; M. Ed. 
Penn State; Art Education 



Elaine M. Newsome, A. B., Bennett; M. A., 
Howard; English 




James C. Pfautz, Captain, USAF; B. S., United 
States Military Academy; Air Science 



Hans Norbert, Jur. D., Vienna 

Languages 




F. Harreli Smith, P>. S., \L S., West Virginia 
Ph. D., Penn State; Head, AgricuUiirc 



Frederick Smith, Sergeant, USAF; 
Administralive Assistant, AFROTC 




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Mary Stewart, Secretary, 
Guidance — Arts and Sciences — Mechanic Arts 



Gerald Spiker 

Farm Manage) 




Charles O. Stout, A. B., Kansas; M. A., Ed. D., 
Indiana; Head, Mechanic Arts 



Vernon W. Stone, A. B., Chicago YMCA; M. A., 
Chicago; Ph. D., California; Business Education 



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James A. Sullivan, Hampton 
Mechanic Arts 




Nathaniel C. Taylor, B. S., leniiessee A. and I.; 

M. A., Columbia; Physical Education, Assistant 

Dean of Men 



Richard Thomas, B. S., Cheyney; M. Ed., Penn Slate; 
Mechanic Arts 



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Moses W. Vaughn, B. S., West Virginia; M. S. 

Michigan State; Ph. D., Massachusetts; 

Agriculture, Chetnistry 



Devenia P. Wallace, B. S., Princess Anne; M. S.; 
Virginia State; Home Economics 




Dorothy Waters, A. B., Morgan; 
English 



Harrison B. Watson, B. S., South Carolina State; 

M. S., Springfield (Mass.) ; Head, Health 

and Physical Education 



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School of Modern Photography, Dascher School of 
Photography, Winona School of Photography; 
Photography 
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION STAFF: 
Gaston O. Finney, Agricultural Agent; 
Omega M. Jones, Home Demonstration Agent; 
Gertrude Capers, Secretary 




Furman F. Williams, 15. S., South CJarolina State; 
M. Ed., University of Pennsylvania; Mechanic Arts 



Harry F. Bro^vii, 
President 

James C. Curtis, 

Vice President 

Ruby Cunningham, 
Secretary 

Edward Boyer, 
Treasurer 







DORIS ADAMS 
Lower Marlboro, Maryland 



CARL D. ANDERSON 

Route One, Box 114 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



JAMES ATWATER 

228 North Graham Street 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 






RICHARD BADGER 

5465 North Sixtieth Street 
Milwaukee 18, Wisconsin 



JOHN BATTS, JR. 
2138 West Stewart Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM A. BORDERS, JR. 

5813 Foote Street, N. E. 
Washington 19, D. C. 



ADAMS, DORIS, Iiiolof;y; Angel Flight, Women's Council.Student Counselor, Science Club (Secretary), Delta Sigma 
Theta (Vict President, 'f>2) . ANDERSON, CARL D., Mnthcmnlks; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, Chess Club, 
Science Club, Omega Psi Phi. ATWATER, [A.MES, liuilding Construction; Sphinx Club, Football Team, Student 
Counselor. B.A ITS, JOHN, I'hysiral Eduralion; Track Team, Basketball Team, Physical Education Club. BORDERS, 
WILLIA.M A., JR., Social Sciences; NEA, Football learn, Kappa Alpha Psi, Che,ss Club, History Club. 



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EDWARD BOYER 
Box 17 
Kent, Maryland 



MORRIS BRANHAM 

5818 Ludlow Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



MELVIN BROOKS 

5415 Race Road 
Elkridge, Maryland 






HARRY F. BROWN 

1329 D Street, N. E. 
Washington, D. C. 



INA ELIZABETH BRYANT 
Box 281 
Cordova, Maryland 



EDWARD LEROY BUSH 

2201 Bryant Avenue 
Baltimore, Maryland 



BOYER, EDWARD R., Business Education; Kappa Alpha Psi (Business Manager, '61) , Men's Senate, College Choir, 
Sophomore and Junior Class Treasurer ('58, '60) , Student Counselor, Ledger Staff (typist, '58; reporter, '59; assistant 
editor, '60, editor, '61). BRANHAM, MORRIS, Social Sciences; History Club, YMCA, French Club, College Choir, 
Lampados Club. BROOKS, MELVIN, Industrial Education; Omega Psi Phi, YMCA, Chess Club, Men's Council. 
BROWN, HARRY F., Social Sciences: Kappa Alpha Psi (Vice President) , Letterinen's Club (Secretary), Year Book 
(Associate Editor-in-Chief) , Stagecrafters, Football Team, Baseball Team, Arnold Air Society. BRYANT, INA E., So- 
cial Sciences; Charm Club, College Choir, Pyramid Club, Dance Group, NEA, Women's Coimcil, Y\VQ\, Angel Flight, 
History Club. BUSH, EDWARD, Physical Education; Kappa Alpha Psi; Track Team, CIAA Hop-Skip-Jump Cham- 
pion, '60; Drill Team; Men's Intramurals. 






1\ Y JEAN CARTER 

Box 53 
McDaniel. Maryland 



HELEN CHESTER 

Box 9 
Vienna, Maryland 



JAMES R. CHRISTIAN 

99 Pine Way 

Salisbury, Maryland 






KONALJJ (.Oidli 
7)1 Ashburton Sireei 
Baltimore, Maryland 



DORIS COLLINS 

Box 163 
Westover, Maryland 



GLORIA JEAN CONWAY 

Box 17 

Rhodesdale, Maryland 



CAR7ER, IVY J., Music; Miss Maryland State, '61 Women's Count il (Vice President, '61) ; YWCA; College Choir; 
Student Council; Angel Flight; Who's Who ('60) ; Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group; Charm Club (Vice President) ; Stu- 
dent Council (Secretary, '60j ; Student Counselor; Stagecralters. CHESTER, HELEN, Social Sciences; Stagecrafters, Alpha 
Kaj^i^a Alpha, NW'CJA, Student (Jounseior. CHRISTIAN, \AMES R., I-'h.ysical lidiication; Men's Council, Physical Edu- 
cation Club, Men's Jntramurals. COiili, RON.ALD C, Social Sciences'-, Baseball Tean), Letiermen's Club, Chess Club. 
COLLINS, DORIS, Mathematics; Al]jlia Kappa Mu Interest Group, Women's Onincil, Hayes Loan Fund Committee, 
Science Club, Student Counselor, Delta Sigma Theta (Dean of Probates, '61) . CONWAY, GLORIA, Social Sciences; Wo- 
men's Council, YWCA, NEA, History Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha. 



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ANNA t. COSTLEY 

Obrecht Road 
Sykesville, Maryland 



JEROME COUNTEE 

4810 Jefferson Street 

Washington, D. C. 



RONALD H. CRUMP 
6116 Muskirk Road 
Beltsville, Maryland 






LAWRENCE D. CUNDIFF 

319 Nineteenth Street, N. E. 

Washington, D. C. 



MARIE CUNNINGHAM 

916 Stephens Street 

Greensboro, North Carolina 



RUBY E. CUNNINGHAM 

916 Stephens Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



COSTLEY, ANNA E., Art Education; Treasurer, Freshman Class; President, Shophomore Class: Y^VCA; ^\'omen's 
Council: Stagecrafters: Art Editor, Year Book, '60: Editor-in-Chief, Year Book, '61. COUXTEE, JEROME, Builditic. 
Construction; Science Club, Men's Council, YMCA. CRUMP, RONALD E., Mathematics; YMCA, "Arnold Air Society, 
Science Club, Statistician (Football, Basketball), Advanced ROTC, Alpha Phi Alpha. CUNDIFF, LAWRENCE D., 
History; Pan-Hellenic Council, College Choir, Student Council, Drill Team. Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, YMCA, 
History Club, Stagecrafters, Kappa Alpha Psi. CUNNINGHAM, MARIE, Bmlonv; Angel Flight, Science Club, Stage- 
crafters, College Choir, Y\VCA, Ivy Leaf Club (Secretary) . CUNNINGHAM, RUBY, Mathematics: Angel Flight Treas- 
urer, Pyramid Club President, ROTC Sweetheart, Senior Class Sweetheart, Science Club Secretai7, College Choir, Student 
Counselor, Junior Class Secretary', Senior Class SecretaiT, ^Vomen's Council. 






JAMES PAUL CURTIS 
1328 Dewitt Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



VERNETTA J. EASLEY 

127 Freeland Street 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 



EDDIE Y. ELLZY 

1703 West 16 Street 
Sanford, Florida 






HATIJE MAE ENNELS 

R. F. D. 3 

Cambridge, Maryland 



CURTIS FISHER 

401 Aberdeen Street 

Richmond, North Carolina 



CHARLES FOSTER 

Route One, Box 266 

Preston, Maryland 



CURTIS, JAMES P., Pliysiral Edurnlion; Alpha Phi Alpha, Veterans Club, Letterman's Club, Football Team, Base- 
ball Team. EASLEY, VERNETTA, Home Eronomicy, Ivy Leaf Club, Angel Flight, YWCA Secretary, Women's Coun- 
cil, Student Counselors Treasurer, Home Economics Club Secretary. ELIZY, EDDIE, Matlirmatics; Cheerleader, Base- 
ball, .Science Club, College Choir, Men's Council. ENNELS, HAT'FJE, Biology, College Choir, Wesley Foundation, 
Science Club, Women's Council, Angel Flight (Captain), Alpha Kapjja .Mu Interest Ciroup, Pyramid Club (President). 
FLSHER, CURTIS, Buildini^ ConUruclion; Student Counselor, AFKO'I'C (Advanced), Rille Team, Arnold Society. 
FOSTER, CHARLES, Agriculture; Alpha Phi Alpha, NFA, YMCA (President, '60) , Student Counselors (President '61) . 



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WALTER WESLEY FRIEND 

Route One, Box 38A 

Preston, Maryland 



CHARLES W. FULLER 

504 Peabody Street, N. E. 
Washington 11, D. C. 



SHIRLEY GAME 

Route One, Box 135 

Princess Anne, Maryland 






HAROLD CURTIS GRAY 

2214 Reservoir Avenue 
Norfolk, Virginia 



EDMOND GREEN 

312 Colfax Way 

Baltimore 22, Maryland 



IHEODORE N. GREEN, 

313 Main Street 
Ellicott City, Maryland 



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FRIEND, WALTER W., Building Construction; Assistant to the Dean of Men, YMCA Cabinet, Sphinx Club, Student 
Counselor, Rifle Club. FULLER, CHARLES \\'., Music; Band, College Choir, Kappa Alpha Psi, Rifle Team, Track 
Team. GAME, SHIRLEY, Business Education; Secretary, Business Club; \Vomen's Council. GRAY, HAROLD C, Build- 
ing Construction; Lettermen's Club, Football Team (Captain, '60), Baseball Team (Small Colleges Batting Title, '59). 
GREEN, EDMOND, Building Construction; Student Lounge Council, Rifle Team. Drill Team,'ROTC Chorus, Chess 
Club, College Choir, Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, Kappa Alpha Psi, YMCA. GREENE. THEODORE N., Indus- 
trial Education; Drill Team, Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, Omega Psi Phi (Keeper of Finances). 



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WILLIAM A. GREENE 
119 Archer Street 
Bel Air, Maryland 



LENA DAVIS 

205 N. Pennsylvania Avenue 
Atlantic City, New Jersey 



AMY C. GRIER 
1413 Rosedale Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 






R(JBLR I LLE HAMILTON 

1228 W^est Second Street 

Chester, Pennsylvania 



(OSl.I'll HARRIS, JR. 

19 /Atlantic Avenue 
Mattawan, New Jersey 



ERNEST HAWKINS 
Route 260, Box 23 
Owings, Maryland 



GREENE, WILLIAM A., Malli/nnatits; Laniijados Club, 



Science Club, YMCA, Men's Council. DAVIS, LENA, Enp^- 



/«//; Alpha Kanna Alpha, Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, Women's Cxnincii, English Club, YWCA. CIRIER, AMY 
G., Mathrmnliry, Science Club, Alpha Kappa Alj.ha, Women's Council, YWCA, Angel Elight. HAMILTON, ROB 



ERT LEE, Indu.'Arial Edncalion; Kap]ja /\i)jli; 
KINS, ERNEST, Agriculture; NFA, Rillc Clii 



Psi. HARRIS, JOSEPH, Biology: Veterans Club, Science Club. HAW- 
Siiidcnt Counselor, Newman Club, YMCA. 






WILLIAM f. HAWKLNS 

R. F. D. 3, Box 78A 

()iieen Anne, AFaryland 



ROSA LEE HENDERSON 

127 Prospect Street 
Green^•ille, South Carolina 



MARY JANE HLICH 

522 West Henry Street 

Salisbury, Maryland 






CHARLES JULIUS HOLMES 

■1 1 1 East Basin Street 
Norristown, Pennsvlvan ia 



SHIRLEY B. HOUNSHELL 

1627 East Oliver Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



WILLIAM H. HUBBARD 

Route One, Box 14o 

Preston, Maryland 



HAWKINS, WILLIAM J., Physical l-.ducation Science Cilub, Stagecralters (President), Advanced .VFROl'C Cadet 
Captain, Physical Education Club, Intramural Basketball and Sottball, Omega Psi Phi (Keeper of Peace, '60; Vice 
Basileus, '61). HENDERSON, ROSA LEE, Biology. \Vomen's Council, NEA. HITCH, MARY ].. Business Education: 
Women's Council, Business Club. Delta Sigma Theta. HOLMES, CHARLES J., Social Sciences: Co-Captain, Football 
Team, Baseball Team, Lettermen's Club, AU-CIAA Full Back, All-American Fullback. HOUNSHELL, SHIRLEY J., 
Biology: Pan-Hellenic Coiuicil (Treasurer) , Alpha Kappa Alpha (Dean ol Pledgees) , Alpha Phi ,Mpha S\vcetheart ('60, 
'(il). 'hUBBARD, WILLIAM W., Business Education; YMCA (Secretary), Alpha Phi Alpha (Secretary), Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council (Corresponding Secretary) , NEA, UBEA, Business Club. 






riiRRtClA W. JACKSON 
116—57 A\enue, X. E. 
Washington 27. D. C. 



JAMES [OLLV 
P. O. Box 9 

\'ienna, Mnrvlancl 



LAURA 1. JONES 

Jewell Road 

Dunkirk P. O., Maryland 






SA.\I( IJ. A. |0.\ES 

20.5 Miichell Lane 

(Jiapel Hill, North Carolina 



ANDREW KELIJA, JR. 

Route One, Box 251 

Preston, Maryland 



LOIS KELLY 

2906 Ea.st Federal Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



|ACKSO.\, J ERREf. I. \, /^//>«rrt/ /•.V/;(rY//(o;7; Pyramid Club, YVVCA, Phy.sical Education CIuIj, Women's Council, 
Dance Group. JOLLY, JA.MES, Industrial liducnlion; YMCA, Stagecrafters, Veterans Club. JONES, LAURA, Home 
Economics; Women's Council, YWCA (Recording Secretary, '60, '61), Wesley Foimdation, Home Economics Club 
rSecretary, '59; President, '60; Studentat-Large, '61). ]ONV^S, ■^WWYA. X.. Building Construclion; Student Counselor, 
YMCA. KELLEY, .VNDREW, A(s_riniHurr; NEA, Men's Council, Y.VICA. KELLY, LOIS, Biology: Delta Sigma Theta, 
Science Club, Student Council, Omega Sweetheart, '.59 and '60, Miss Maryland State, '(>(). 



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MARY HELEN LOVE 

319 Spartansburg Street 

Green\ille, South Carolina 



GEORGE M ARABLE 
268 Seymour Avenue 
Newark, New Jersey 



ALVIN B. MARBRAY 

Box 175 
Bryans Road, Maryland 






SONIA VELEZ MOODY 

510 North Denton Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 



DEVVITT L. MOORE 

12 Marbury Lane 
Brandywine, Maryland 



LOIS ANN NORMAN 

Box 292B ^Vaterloo Road 

Elkridge, Maryland 



LOVE, MARY H., Art Education; YVVCA, Women's Council, Delta Sigma Theta. M ARABLE. GEORGE. Social Sci- 
ences; Monarch Club (Vice President) , German Club, Social Science Club. AL\RBRAY, ALVIN, Agriculture: NFA 
(President, '60) , Rille Team (Vice President, '60) , Drill Team ('57) . MOOD\', SONIA. Busiwss Education: Business 
Club, Alpha Kappa Alpha, NEA. MOORE, DEWITT, Agriculture; NFA, Veterans Club. NORMAN, LOIS A., Phy- 
sical Education: Student Counselor, Women's Council, Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, Angel Flight, Physical Educa- 
tion Club, YWCA, AAHPER, Pan-Hellenic Council (Vice President) , Delta Sigma Theta (Sergeant-at-Arms). 






LAURA XAX XORRIS 
Svkesville, Maryland 



TYRONE M. PARKER 
Parksley, Virginia 



RANDALL D. PERRY 

462 High Street 

Cambridge, Maryland 






(.\K()LYS I'L J LRSOX 

!)<)'.> Xorth Avondale Road 

DundaJk, >far\land 



IR.MA LCJL'iSE POLK 

Route 3, Box 455 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



EL LEON PRINGLE 

Rome One, Box 216 

Nathalie, Virginia 



NORKIS. LAURA X., Mnlhr.inalirs; Xewnian Club, Women's Coiiiuil, Angci Fiiglu (Vice President). PARKER, 
TYROXE .\L, Social Sciences; History Club, French CJlub. PERRY, RANDALL, Biiildiug CoihS'lnirlion; YMCA, ROTC; 
Choral Group, Omega Psi Phi, Golf Team, Men's Intramurals, Second Lieutenant in ROTC ('59) . PETERSON, 
CAROLYN, Social Sciences; Women's Council, German Club, Angel Flight, Charm Club, YWCA, Ivy Leal Club, Wesley 
Foundation. POLK, IR.MA, English; Charm Chdj n'lcsideni; , XEA (President) , YWCA (Vice President) , Year Book 
Staff (Features Editor;, Wesley Foundation, English Club, Pan-Hellenic Council (Secretary), ^tudent Council (secre- 
tary) , Student Counselors, .Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society (President), Women's CioLUicil (President). PRINGLE, 
H. LEON, Biohgy; Science Club (President) , Chess Club, Men's Senate. 



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WAYNE LEE REED 
2000 North Wolfe Street 
Baltimore 13, Maryland 



SYLVIA EDMONIA RIGGS 
Route 2, Box 57 
Owings, Maryland 



MARGARET SCOTT 

Kil West Fointh Street 
Mount \'ernon, New York 






SARAH E. SHEPPARD 
Route One, Box 163 
Westover, Maryland 



\VILLL\M CECIL SHORT 
Box Star Route 3. 
La Plata, Maryland 



GEORGE E. SMITH 

21/2 Rose Lane 

Charleston, Soiuh Carolina 



REED, WAYNE, Business Education: Business Club, Alpha Phi Al|3na (Secretary, '60; President, '61) , Pan-Hellenic 
Council, YMCA (President, '61), Ledger (Editor-in-Chiel, '61), Ha)'es Loan Funtl (Presiding Officer, '61), Drill 
Team (Commander '59) . RIGGS, SYL\'1A E., Home Economics; Women's Council, Home Economics Club. SCOTT, 
MARGARET, Business Education; College Choir, Angel Flight (Captain, '()(), '61), P)ramitl Club, Business Club. 
SHEPP.\RD, SARAH, Physical Education; Women's" Council, Y\VCA, Physical Education Club. SHORT, \VILLL\M 
C, Agriculture; Newman Club, NFA, Science Club, Pan-Hellenic Council, Student Council, Omega Psi Phi. SMITH, 
GEORGE E., Building Construction; Lampados Club, Rifle Team, Alpha Kapua Mu Interest Group. 



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HARRY A\ ALTER SMITH 

212 Center Street 
Baltimore 22. Maryland 



WILBUR SMITH 

7237 Tucker Road 

Oxon Hill, Maryland 



WILLIAM SOLLERS 

Glenelg, Maryland 






UONALI) SI EWAR'I 

5713 Sheriff Road 

Fairmount Heights, Maryland 



ILMLR D. TAYLOR 

Route One, Box 33 

I'rinte Frederick, Maryland 



FRAiNKLIN A. TAYLOR 

11720 Ellington Drive 

Beltsville, Maryland 



SMITH, HARR'i \\'., Clifniistry; President ol junior (JJass (iO; Squadron (Joniniander RO'FC '(il; Arnold y\ir Society 
Commander 'fi I; Sfjuadron Executive Ollicer ROTC '(il; Alpha Phi Alpha. SMITH, WILBUR, Fliysiral Education; 
Lettermen's Chjb, Phvsiral Eikicaiion C;]ub, Varsity Basketball (I!).57-I9()l) , All-CIAA Honorable Mention Basketball 
Team ('1959;. SOLLERS, WILLIA.M, /^//y.viV/// /•:dHr«//o»; YMCA, Drill .Master lor Angel Flight (1950), Cross-Country 
Track Team. STEW.ART, DO.\.\LD, Arl Education; Newman (Jkd), Drill Team Commander, Arnold Air Society 
.Adjutant Recorder, Scrollers Club, ROT C .Men's Choral Group, 33()th ROFCi Squadron Commander, Art Club, Year 
Book CSenior Photographer;, Stagecrafters, Rifle Team, Chess CJhd). TAYLOR, ELMER D.^ Art Education; Men's 
.Senate, ROTC Band, Concert Band, Atlanta University Art Exhibit, YMCJA Ptddicity Chairman, Alpha Phi Alpha 
(Vice President, '61;, Pan-Hellenic Council, Wlio's IVho. T,\YLOR, FR.ANKLIN A., liioloi^y; Science C:iiib (Vice Presi- 
cient), YMCA, Alpha Phi Alpha, 






JAMES R. TOLSON, JR. 
Hughesville, Maryland 



NELSON E. TOWNSEND 
711 Ashburton Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 



THOMAS TUCKER 

468 West Main Street 
Salisbury, Maryland 






DAVID W. WALSTON 

32 Waters Street 
Princess Anne, Maryland 



FREDERICK D. WEAVER 

P. O. Box 624 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 



CHARLIE \V. WILKINS 

9023 Volta Street 

Lanham, Maryland 



TOLSON, JAMES R., Agriculture; Treasurer, Freshman Class, '58; President, Sophomore Class, '59; Secretary, Men's 
Senate, '59, '61; Newman Club (Vice President, '59, '60; President, '61); Hayes Loan Fund, '59, '60 '61; Parliamentar- 
ian, Science Club, '60, '61; Student Counselors (President, '60) ; Alpha Phi Alpha (Treasiuer, '60, '61) ; Vice President, 
Chess Club, '60, '61; NFA (President, '61); Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Croup, '60, '61; ]Vlio's Who, '60, '61. TO'WN- 
SEND, NELSON E., Social Sciences; Drill Team, Men's Senate, College Choir, Science Club, History Club, German 
Club, Wesley Foundation, Kappa Alpha Psi (Historian) . TUCKER, THOMAS, Physical Education: Sphinx Club, Phy- 
sical Education Club. WALSTON, DAVID, Business Education; NEA, Business Club (Vice President) , Wesley Foun- 
dation (President) . WE.WER, FREDERICK, Building Construction; Lettermen's Club, Varsity Football Team ('57- 
'61) . WILKINS, CHARLIE W., Industrial Education; President, Veterans Club; President, Rifle Club; Treasurer. 
Senior Class. 






BEXJAMIX WILLIAMS 

Box li\ 
^[arriotsville. Maryland 



WALTER C. WILLIAMS 

908 Talcot Street 
Augusta, Georgia 



MARCUS P. WILLIS 

1441 Corcoran Street, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 





E\EREri WILLS 
Huntington, Marylanrl 



El HEL M. WRIGH'l 

816 Wide Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 



WIIIIWIS BEXJAMIX, Art Edumlion; Omega Psi Phi (Basilcus, "(30, 'Gl); YMCA; College Band; Senior Stall 
Photo'^rapher, Year Book. WILLIAMS, WALTER C, General Business; YMCA, Wesley Foundation, Ledger Staff, 
Sphinx Club, Student Counselors (Treasurer), Business Club (Sergeant-at-Arms) , Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group. 
WILMS MARCrS P Sorial Sciences; College Choir, French Club, History Club, Scrollers Club, Stagecratters. (Stage 
.Manager'). WILLS, EVERETT, Agricullure; XFA, YMCA, Stagecrafters. WRIGHT, ETHEL M., Business Educa- 
tion; President, Pyramid Club; Secretary, Stagecrafters; Business Club. ^ 



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Emerson Ross, President 
Carolyn Thompson, Vice President 
Bernice Washington, Secretary 
Melvin Hill, Treasurer 
Dorothy Holliday, Treasurer 







CAROLYN BLACK. 



NICHOLAS BONO 



BILLIARD BOULWARE 






ENE/ noWlNS 



JACCniELINE BRINKLEY 



\ KRNEl lA BRITTINGHAM 






ALLEN BROWN 



ISAAC BRC)\VN 



lOlIN A. BROWN 






JUNE BURLEV 



SIEWART CANN 



IRVIN CEVIS 






STANLEY CHRISTY 



AI.hlRT CORDl-RY 



IREDERICK ENGH 






EOJVJA ENNELS 



NORMA FERGUSON 



UARISARA USHER 






ROHLKl lORU 



MILDRED HAl.l. 



DOI.LIE HARRIS 






C.H \RI.ES HARMN 



I.IO HAWKINS 



ELAINE HAYES 






lOSHL \ (r\/IJ. JON 



iiii i-.N mil. 



" ,\h:lvin hill 






HA/EL HOI, DEN 



WILLIAM JOHNSON 



DANIEL lONKS 






IN A JONES 



ALICE KEENE 



ALON/O KELLV 






MILDRED KELLY 



ALONZO KH,C;ORE 



WELION MtCREADV 






in 1 \ M \ni)()\ 



c;onstanc:e mac.ee 



Wll.I.lE MERCEk 






R(JS\I.IE MII.l.EK 



LAW RENCE NEWMAN 



HAMILTON I'ARRAN 






[AMES I'lUI'I'S 



(:AI<L^L], I'lKRCE 



lOilX I'lERCE 






El.l/AUETH I'lXDER 



I'RESl ON I'OLK 



E\EREri I'OOl.E 






JOHN I'RICE 



MICHAEL I'RINGLE 



CHARLES I'URCELL 






JiEN|\.\lLN I'URKETL 



TOMMIE PURNELL 



SAMl'EL OUALLS 






tMERSON ROSS 



ERNESI SAICHELL 



I'ERCELL SMI i H 






ROUtRl SPENCER 



ORLANDO Sl'RV 



DELTON STANFORD 






GI.ENDOI.A SI AM.KY 



DORO I HY STEVENSON 



CONSTANCE STURGIS 



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NORRIS SVDNOR 



REBECCA SYDNOR 



JAMES TAYLOR 






FRANCIS THOMAS 



CAROLYN THOMPSON 



ERANCLS WADE 






WILBUR WARFIELD 



BERNICE WASHINGTON 



ALEETA \VEEDON 




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SVL\ ESTER WHITE 



CURTIS WILLIAMS 



FAITH WILLIAMS 





JESSE WUTTAMS 



ALICETEEN YOUNG 



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Clarence Turner, President 
Benjamin Goodman, Vice President 
Gloria BroAvn, Secretary 
Shirley Proctor, Treasurer 



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The Sophomore Class 






L. \1C10R ANDERSON 



C:HARLES BALLARD 



WALLACE BEAUEORD 






\l 1 RED BELL 



SHERMAN BERNETT 



JEANETTE BRATIEN 






AL\1\ BROKEN BOROUGH 



DWICHI BROOKS 



IRIS BROOKS 






CLAUUK BRO\Vi\ 



(.LORIA liROW N 



LONiME BUTLER 






BERNARD CARIER 



JAMES c:ato 



EUGENE CEPHAS 






HARRY CHURCH 



CLARENCE CLEMONS 



GEORGE COAXES 



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\ Alt.HN COSION 



M. (.FX)R(.l-, CROSSK 



MYLES DAVIDSON 






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kl( H \KI) 1) \\ IS 



GEORC.L DIGGS 



(.EOR(.K nO'RSEV 






\V.\1. 1 hk IJORSEY 



(AROl.V.N OOSWtl.l, 



CELIA DOUGLASS 



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J'AIRICIA ELLIS 



KRNKSr EVANS 



SHIRLEY FERGUSON 






\V1LE\SE FIELDS 



\VILLLAM FINGER 



SANDRA FLEMING 






1 HOMAS FRAZIER 



(;larenc:e gadsdkx 



BARBARA GAFFHER 






1 RANK C.ARRETT 



BARUARA GLKNN 



EUVYN GODSEY 






l.A.MON I (.RIH-IN 



1 AVE HACKETl 



ALMA HALl. 





J'Kf.f.V HOliiJS 



DOKO) IIV MOM, ID \^• 



MARILYN JOHNSON 



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AUDREY JONES 



JAMES W. JONES 



MARTHA JONES 






CHRlsriNE KELLY 



DORIS KENNEDY 



ANNABELLE LEWIS 






MELVIN LEWIS 



ABRAHAM LOCKETT 



HOWARD LYLES 






MATTIE LYONS 



MANGE McCALL 



YVONNE McCLAIN 






RONALD McCLLLOLGH 



DOLORES MACKALL 



JAMES MARROW 






INEZ MARSHALL 



WAYNE MILES 



NAMON MITCHELL 



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MARIAN MOLOCK 



r.ETTYE NOEL 



DOLORES ODEN 






AVILSOX PARRAX 



ALLEN I'ELTAW AY 



SHARON PHILLIPS 






LEWLS POWELL 



WU.LLVM PO^\•ELL 



NORWOOD PURNELL 






DIAN.N RHOCk 



(HARLl'.S RIGGS 



I'AUL ROBERSON 






HI SSP:I,I. RfK.ERS 



Al.liER 1 SAN'TIO 



AI.l'HONSO SEABROOK 






CHAkI.ES SHOUEI.I, 



KDW SKI) SMII.EV 



JOHN SMITH 



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MEREDITH SMITH 



MARY .STANCIL 



SEDRIC SUGGS 






SIDNEY SULLIVAN 



R()15ERT TAYLOR 



C:AL\1\ THOMAS 






Jm 




IREEMAN THOMPSON 



GREALY I HURMON 



CLARENCE TURNER 






K\ELVN \\ADE 



\ lOLA W ARRICK 



HANNA WASHINGION 






A. RONALD \\ATF.RS 



FRANCES AVHIIE 



LEONARD WICKES 






NELSON WILKINSON 



rOSKIMI WILLIAMS 



OEORC.E WILSON 



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1 HOMAS WILSON 



C;URI1S WISE 



DORIS WISE 






THELMA WISE 



HARRY XODERY 



CHARLES MAYES 



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BIG SOPHOMORES ON CAMPUS 



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Suntio as Discoljolii; 






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lUilIci as Lilc Guard— Su'iniiiiiiig Insliiitlor 




Wli'. \,\\\ il.c K'i;'cis:- 



(.liibal iiiiclirin: SrTiiili. I (jlsoii, Caplain I'faulz, Tuiiici, /Viidci- 
s<jn, Koolc, McCall. 



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Alphonso Sclby, Presideiii 
Theresa Cheeks, ]'ice President 
Cynthia Alton, Secretary 
Bertha Anderson, Treasurer 
Ronald Jarrett, Treasurer 





Ml. William O. Hul 
Clnss Adviser 

Zclma Adams 

Sandra Aldridge 

Cynthia Alton 



Bertha Anderson 
Robert Anderson 
Joyce Austin 
I'ercy Baker 



Willie Baker, Jr. 
Gerald Baltimore 
Robert Banks 
George Barnes 



Robert Batson 
Thelma Bell 
Eugene Bernard 
Ronald Bishop 



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William Blackwcll 
Gloria Boone 
Reginald Bounds 
Ellsworth Brooks 




Elmer Brooks 
Joseph Brown 
Thomas Bryant 
Barbara Callis 




Fairfax Campbell 
Shirley Camper 
Sharon Cann 
Mary Cartwright 



Billy Chandler 
Lorraine Chapman 
Theresa Cheeks 
Delores Chippey 





Eail Christy 
Anthony C:hiibi)iiic 
Tincra Clark 
n;n id Coiiolly 



Jerome Cornish 
Emil Cromwell 
^Villie Curbcan 
Raymond Curtis 



William Darling 
Edward Davis 
Josephine Davis 
Diane Dennis 





Jacqueline Dennis 
Janice Dennis 
Lawrence Dcshield 
Sadie Dixon 



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Royce Dill 
Robert Douglas 
Earl Duffy 

Robert Edwards 



Walter Eikcr 
Gordon Emory 
Richard Emory 
Clyde Evans 



Goriion larrarc 
George Fenwick 
Louida Fletcher 
Larry Flurry 



Maurice Foote 
Darlene Gibson 
Angela Glascoe 
Benjamin Goodman 





Douglas Goodwin 
Brenda Gordon 
Hubert Graham 
Barbara Green 



Leon Green 
Charles Greene 
Kathleen Green 
James Griffin 




Shirley Griffin 
Sandra Hamilton 
Alfonso Hammond 
Norma Harris 



Scotland Harris 
Owen Harrod 
Christine Harvey 
Joseph Hawkins 



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Marie Hawkins 
Thomas Hay 
Timothy Hay 
William Henry 



Bennett Higgins 
Ella Hill 
William Hillman 
Raymond Hilton 




Edward Hurley 
Edward Hutchins 
Alphonso Ingram 
Oliver Jackson 



Raymond Jackson 
Robert Jackson 
S. Earl Jackson 
Ronald Jarrett 





Ambrose JeralJ 
Frances Johns 
Andrew Johnson 
George Johnson 



Betty Jones 
Clara Jones 
Earl Jones 
James Jones 



Oscar Jones 
Thelma Jones 
Wallace Jones 
William Jones 



Burrcli Jordan 
Eugene Jordan 
Morgan Kelley 
Frances Kelly 



Deloic'S Kilgo 
Willis Kirk 
John Knight 
John Lee 



Richard Lindsay 
Joan Lindsey 
Ruth Lofland 
Edna Lowe 




Jerome McArthur 
Richard McKenzie 
Byron McNeill 
Wayne Magec 



James Mapp 
Laverne Marbray 
Carroll Marcus 
Sterling Marshall 





Joseph Mason 
Steven Mason 
Wilhelniina Mears 
Robert Mebane 



Henrietta Milburn 
Emile Miller 
Donald Mitchell 
David Moore 



James Moore 
Roland Moore 
Warren Morgan 
Caleb Morris 




Oliver Morris 
Catherine Morton 
Carl Murdcn 
John Murray 



Robert Newton 
Leon Nunnelly 
Elizabeth Nutter 
Thelma Opher 



Melvin Parham 
Douglas Parker 
Harry Parker 
Herbert Parker 




Carroll Payne 
Carolyn Peele 
Charles Perkins 
Arlett Pettaway 



George Phillips 
Rodgest Pinkney 
Warren Pinkney 
Clarence Polk 





Celestine Pope 
M. Shirley Proctor 
Elaine Randall 
Mary Reynolds 



Earl Richardson 
Leon Robbins 
\Villiam Roselle 
Victoria Ross 



Delois Sanders 
Anita Saunders 
Alphonso Sclby 
Kenneth Simpler 



George Sisco 
Eugene Slater 
Arthur Slaughter 
[essie Smiley 



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James Smith 
Ronald Smith 
Shelton Stewart 
Walter Stokes 



Earlean Sturgis 
Jimmie Suggs 
Delores Sydnor 
Earl Taylor 



Lena Teagle 
Preston Teagle 
Willie Thaxton 
Clyde Thomas 




James Thomas 
Orin Thomas 
Percy Thomas 
William Thomas 





Annie Mae Thompson 
Jerome Thompson 
Leon Thompson 
Sheppard Thompson, Jr. 



Alvin Tinch 
Nathaniel Tolson 
Israel Turner 
Bona Waddy 



Elizabeth VVainwright 
Leroy Wainwright 
Charles Walker 
Clifton Walker 



Addison Wallace 
Anne Wallington 
Woody Ward 
Melvin Watkins 



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Lelia Watson 
James Weems 
Ella White 
Isaac White 



Betty Williams 
Leonard Wilmore 
Amie Wilson 
Ernest Wilson 



Horace Wilson 
Julia Wilson 
Anna Wise 
Helen Woods 



Tyrone Wright 
William Wright 
Haswell Young 
Robert Young 




Alert, Good-Looking, Very Much Alive Are The 
Men And Women of '65 




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historv of >tSC. 



onlv siiggc-st sizL- of class, said to be largest in 




I'resHlcMi Williams iccti\cs (.lass of ()j 




C:aiHllc!ig!it Service- for Freshmen: Led by Upper-Class Counselors. 




Student Counselors Entertain Intriguingly: Jessie Smiley (Back to 
Camera) , Darlcne Gibson, Amic Wilson wonder about rules of 
game Counselor Tolson is playing with Brenda Gordon. 




(JuKloor Kiiii with Counselors as Hosts. 




Juiiioi Eiigli.sli Major (Jharles i'int<^ll (Right) reminds Charles 
I'erkiii.s ihal first year will be what the freshman makes it as 
lie presents Perkins with set of textbooks in English for making 
high score on entrance exams; books were gift of English Deparl- 



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HE STUDENT COUNCIL 
James Phipps, PTesident 
William Johnson, Vice President 
Carolyn Thompson, Secretary 
Faith Williams, Treasurer 



Organizations 



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Sealed: Thompson, I'ringle, Caitti, Phipps (I'lesideiit) , Ford. Williams. Standing: Dean 
F. H. Harris (.\dviser) , Curtis, Crosse. 




The Student Council 



Student Governnieiit, under pop- 
idar and able Phipps, went through 
a year of success, taking note of 
the proposal for a new and more 
efficient dining hall service soon to 
be effected, keeping the recreation 
lounge open for several hours each 
day, supervising collections for and 
purchase of a television set for the 
lounge. Tactful and efficient Irma 
Polk took over the presidency of 
the Women's Council, made her 
administration exceptionally help- 
ful. Student Counselors were 
headed by Foster recently returned 
from a summer in Africa with re- 
newed zeal to serve, found much to 
do to help freshmen in their adjust- 
ment. Men's Senate, with durable 
Phipps at the helm, sent word that 
in 1961 Maryland men reported 
they had been well served. 



The Men's Senate 



Ueaii Harris ■ AiKisti; , Ross, Gadsden, Pliipps (President) . Ford. 



Women's Council 
Officers 



Sealed: Briitinghain, Polk ^President) , 
Fisher, Standing: Thompson, Hall. Wil- 
liams, Dean Irviii (.Adviser; . 







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The Student Counselors 



Seated: FioUls, Nonis, Boyci, Rliotk, Burlon 
Kennedy, Powell, McClain, F. Williams 
Standing: Turner, Warfield, Atwatcr, Garrett 
Jones, Newman, Friend, Parran, Foster fPres 
ident) , Tolson, Wickcs, Anderson. W. Wil 
liams, Thomas, Hawkins, Dean Harris (Ad 
viser) . 




The Women's Council 

Irma Polk, (President) 
Dean Laura Ir\in, (Adviser) 



The George E. C. Hayes 
Student Loan Fund 



Washington, Greene, Bowins, Dr. \ernon W. Stone (.Ad- 
viser), Tolson, Reed (Chairman), Williams. 




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The Land Grant 



The New 

Farmers of 

America 



All over Aggieland this 
year New Farmers cele- 
brated the Land Grant 
Centennial. With one 
of the largest chapters 
of NFA in the history of 
Maryland State, its 
members take pride in 
one of the best, most ac- 
tive years on record. 



Seated: White, C. Evans, 
Simpler, McCall, T o 1 s o n 
(President) , Ayers, Hawkins 
Dr. Marion (Adviser) . Sec 
and Row: Dr. Vaughn, Wills, 
E. Evans, Selby, Dill, Mar 
shall, Duffy, Parker, Bounds, 
Sisco, Professor Strickland 
Third Row: Turner, Foster 
Thomas, Owens, Hutchins, J 
Thomas, Taylor, Eiker, Dar 
ling. Kirk, Coates, Slater, Dr, 
Smith, Wade. 



Centennial 



Future Home Demon- 
stration .Agents joined 
in tribute to 100 years 
of land -grant college 
training, to the far-flung 
benefits of the Farm and 
Home Extension Serv- 
ices which many have 
known through the mag- 
ical Four H's that led 
them to Home Ec ma- 
jors. 



CLUB ROSTER: R. Sydnor, 
Stanley, Lewis, White, J. 
Dennis, Wilvjn, Ferguson, 
Harris, Kelly. Holliday, Stur- 
gis, Thompvjn, Warrick, 
Chapman, Kennedy, Doswcll, 
Ennels cPresident; , Jones, D. 
Sydnor, McClain. .Mackall, 
Bell, Lyons, Harris, Wash- 
ington, Maddox, D. Dennis, 
Opher, Easley, Molock, Ix>f- 
land, Hill, Proctor. 



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The Ledger Staff 



W. Williams, Keenc, Dr. V. W. Stone (Adviser) , Reed 
(Editor-in-Chief) , Beyer, Bowins, F. Williams. 



The Business Club 




Seated: Brittingham, Marbray, Burley, Jones, Washington, 
F. Williams (President) , Hayes, Brown, Boone, Callis, 
Hitch, Mears, Brooks. Second Row: W. Powell, W. Wil- 
liams, Young, Keene, A. Wise, Howard, Davis, Fletcher, 
Bowins, Miss Jones (Adviser) , Walston, Ferguson, Wright, 
Holden, Hobbes, T. \Vise, Aldridge, Griffin, Lowe. Center: 
C. Magee. Third Row: Thomas, Thompson, Quails, Brok- 
enborough, C. Wise, Hubbard, Pierce, Bernett, Hurley, 
McCuUough, Wilson, C. Thomas, Mason, Cato, Jo;ies, 
Greene, Magee, Lee. 



Student N.E.A. Officers 

Diann Rhock, President; J. Blair Butterworth, Special 
.Assistant to the Director of Recruitment, Peace Corps; 
Benjamin \Villiams, Vice President. 




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Education 

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Physical Education Club: First 
Row: Greene, Miller, Cheeks, T. 
Jackson, Norman, Milburn, 
Lindsey, White, Glascoe. Second 
Roxc: Mr. Watson, A. Jones, I. 
Jones, Pinder, A. Hall, M. Hall, 
Miss Hill. Third Rotu: Pierce, 
Bouhvare, Cobb, Hill, Rogers, 
D. Jones, Harvin, Suggs. Fourth 
Row: Smith, Nunnelly, Lyies, 
Christy, Wilson, Curbean, Fen- 
wick, R. Jackson. Fifth Row: 
Bush, Christian, Pettaway, Finn, 
Ellsworth Brooks, Butler, Elmer 
Brooks, Engh, Burris. 



Below: The Phys. Ed. Majors 
are taking a high-flying pose. 




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English 

Majors 



Seated: Thompson 
(President) , Fields, 



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The Stagecrafters 



Seated: McCec, Wise, Brittingham, Hawkins (President) , 
A. Jones, Shepard. Standing: Willis, Crosse, M. Jones, 
.Mrs. Ncwsome (Adviser), Smith, Lewis. Missing from 
Picture: Thompson, Stewart. 



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Harris (Adviser) , Friend, Turner, Purnell, Williams. 



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with other YMC.A members from all over the world, he 
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(President) , Wise, Bryant, Love, Fisher, Dean Irvin (Adviser) . 




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Seated: Wade, McCullough, Norris, Washington, Marshall, Nutter. Slandini^: Brokcnborough, Ross, Thomas, IJowins, 
Fenwick, Hawkins, Nunnclly, Tolson (President) . 

Seated: Walston (President), E. Ennels, Hall, Stanley, White. SInnding: Smith, Purnell, Fisher, H. Ennels, Mr. 
Strickland, Reverend Tatum (Advisers). 



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Above: The Choir. Front Row. McGee, Chapman, Peele, Brittingham, Sanders, Hawkins, Dennis. Second Roiu: Cheeks, Catlett, Greene, Cann, 
W. Wright, Holliday, Woods, Jones. Boone. Third Row. Henry, W. McGee, Jackson, L. Thompson, Banks, Vodery, J. Thompson, Poole. Fourth 
Row: Claiborne, Goodman, Webb, Ford, Waters, Batson, demons, S. Thompson, T. Wright, Cordery, Fuller. 



"Food of love," dreams, joy, hope, friendship: Such 
a diet was served up in '61 by the talented people on 
this page and the next. Here is one of the largest choirs 
in the history of Maryland State, trained by popular and 
talented Dr. Frank Carroll. Most memorable event of 
year was the Music Department's presentation of Men- 
otti's "Amahl and the Night Visitors," with an Amahl 
from the Princeton Boys' Choir, a Mother from the Phila- 



delphia Academy of Music, an orchestra from various 
points on the Eastern Shore, but Kings and shepherds 
from our own student body. Dr. Carroll led the orches- 
tra, Visiting Professor Walter Anderson (Head of Music 
Department, Antioch College) , directed the choral mu- 
sic, Mrs. Marian Cuyjet trained and directed the ballet 
corps. 



Ur. Carroll rehearses Choir. 



Dr. .Anderson at Organ dining Rehearsal. 






Two views of the Concert Band Professor Svlvanus Hart, Director. Members of the Band are: Claiborne, Polk, Cordery, T. Wright, W. Pinkney, 
Higgins, -W. ^Vright, Goodman, Fuller, R. Pinkney, Batson, Banks, Magee, Fleming, Taylor, Newman, Nutter, Miller, Parker, Wise, Spry, Smith, 
Stokes. Baltimore, Suggs, Purnell. 




I^jl: Under Director Cuyjct's critical ir^n. shepherds and kings arc 
robed for ".Amahl." Jlie.ht: Mother anfl Amahl welcome Kings and 
shepherds. 




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shepherd and shepherdess dance for Kings. 

Scenes 

From "Amahl 
and The Night 
Visitors" 

Amahl offers crutch he no longer needs as gift for the Holy Child, 



Mother (Miss Frances Gooding of the Philadelphia Conservatory of 
Music) , Amahl (Michael Flaharty of the Columbus Boys Choir 
School) , Kings (St. George Crosse, '64, Lawrence Cundiff, "62, Shep- 
ard Thompson, "65) , and Page (David Anderson of Yellow Springs, jJ 
Ohio, son of Professor \Valter Anderson) take a well-deserved cut 
tain call. 



Mother bids Amahl farewell as he accepts Kings' invitation 
accompany him to visit the Holy Child. 



The Kings sing: "He walks! He walksl 






These are the strict men and women who keep tlieir eyes on the scenes pictured below so 
that "going on the hne" can be a pleasant and lasting memory. The Pan-Hellenic Council. 
Sealed: Brittingham (.AK.A), Hoinishell (AK.A) . Ferguson (Delta) , Professor Kiah (Oinega, 
.Adviser). Standing: Perry (Omega) , Taylor (.Alpha) , Garrett (Omega, President) , Hamilton 
(Kappa) , Hubbard (.Alpha) . Cundiff (Kappa) . 





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THE BIG SISTERS: I'olk (Basileus) , I'ui- 
nell, Fisher, Brittingham, Rhock, Hounshell. 



Soior Iiiiia I'olk, Uisliiiguislicd Member v( 
ir/io'v IVIio: President of Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society. 



Aiuiiial Founders Day Banquet with Gra- 
duate Sorors of Eastern Shore, Soror Edith 
I, Gibbs Speaker. 



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THE LFI TLE SISTERS (Ivy Leaf 
Club) : Center. Marie Cunningham, 

itUi,^ Gaither, Lyons, Hall, McCIain, 

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THE BIG BROTHERS: Powell, Crump. Smith. Professor Hytche (.Adviser) , Rccil (President). Taylor, Foster, Gadsden, Shirley Houn- 
shell (Sweeethcart) , Tavlor. Turner, Tolson, Curtis, Ross, Finger, Stanford, Hubbard, Wilson 



"Alpha Phi Alpha 
The Pride of 
Our Hearts" 





1 HE LITTLE BROTHERS (I he Sphinx Club) : Sealed: Footc, McCullough, 
I'arran, StnncUng: Wilkins. Satchell, Pierce, Anderson. 



Droilicr Elmer Taylor, Distinguished Member of Who's Who. 



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"Delta: In the glowing 
grace of thy sisterhood" 



THE BIG SISTERS: Center: Hitch. Standing clock- 
ic/se: Williams, Ferguson, Washington, Fields, Adams, 
Bowins, Norman. Love, Ennels (President) . Below: 
.Soror Faith Williams, Distinguished Member of Who's 
Who, Inset: Soror Ivy Jean Carter, Distinguished Mem- 
ber of Who's Who, Miss Maryland State. 











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THE LITTLE SISTERS 

(The Pyramid Club) . Seated: 
Burley, Wright, Magee, Cun- 
ningham, Jones. Standing: 
Oden, Jackson, Wade, En- 
nels, Scott, Henderson. 




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"O, Noble 
Kappa 
Alpha 
Psi" 



THE BIG BROTHERS: 
Green, Godsey, Boyer, Fuller, 
Smith, Sydnor, Purkett, Doris 
Adams (Sweetheart) , Brown, 
liadger, Hamilton, Cundiff, 
Williams, Brown. 



THE LITTLE BROIHERS (1 he Scroller Club) 
Anderson (Sweetheart) , Griffin. Joyncr. Carter. 



Kelly, Wilson, Smith, Bertha 




Distinguished Brother Bryon K. Arm- 
strong, I'h. D., Founder ot Kappa Alpha 
I'si, Visiting I'rofessor at MSC. 




THE BIC. BROTHERS. Sealed: Brooks, Hawkins, Eiiez Bowins (Sweetheart) , Aiuleisoii, Greene, Slatiding: Miles, Williams (Basileus) , 
Garrett, Phipps, Perry. Below; Brother Benjamin Williams, Distinguished member of II'/!o',s Who. 



"Omega, Dear Omega" 




THE LITTLE BROTHERS: Two ■Lamps'— Jones and Wilkin- 
son—with Brenda Gordon, Sweetheart of the Lampados Club. 
lliglil: Brothers observe initiation. (That's Brother Dr. Waters 
under the newspaper, joining hands with Brother Professor 
Williams.) Others in picture: Brothers Green, Miles, Brooks, 
Kiah, Garretl, Anderson, Phipps, Hawkins, and Perry. 




The "M" Club, Robert Tavlor, President. Kneeling: 1 aylor, Newman, Mayes, Finger, Cobb. Second Row: Johnson, Gadsden, Hohiies, 
Frances Kellev' (Sweetheart) , Price, Ross, Badger. Third Roxu: Jones, Spence, Curtis, Thompson, Brown, Davis, Phipps, Lewis. 




Campus Leaders on Leadership Convocation Day (Photographed 
with National Urban League Secretary Whitney Young, Speaker, 
and President Williams) -First Row: Jones, Boyer, E. Ennells, Mr. 
Young, H. Enncll.s, Scolt, Hawkins, Henderson, Williams. Second 
Row: .Sclby, Purketl, Tol.son, Thompson, Polk, Walston, Rhock, 
Cobb. Third Row: President Williams, Gadsden, Turner, Wilkins, 
Perry, Taylor, Reed, Ford, Ro.ss, Brown, Dr. Stone. 



Monarch Club, Top to Hotlnn 
-Marable, Wickei, Cato. 



Wise. Harris. Pierce (President), 



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Famed Biologist Dr. Lauren Petry was speaker during 
observance of Science Week sponsored by Club. He ad- 
dressed a number of faculty groups and student classes, 
appeared at Wednesday assembly, held conferences on 
opportunities for young scientists in world today. 



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Dean \. N. ^\ hiting of Morgan College addressed the lionois sliidciits on " I he College Commun- 
itv and the College Culture." High ranking students were: Front row: Bowins, Easley, Miles, 
Washington, Dr. Whiting, Thompson, White, Simpler, Hitch, Miller, Ferguson. Second Roic: 
President Williams, Ford, Wilson, Green. Christy, Keene, Poole, Lyons, Young, Rhock, Wills, 
Sturgis. F. Williams, Love. Third Row: Christian, W. Williams, Fisher, M. Brooks, Curtis, D. 
Brooks. Batts. Quails, Johnson, Hubbard, Wilkins, Foster, Crosse, B. Williams, Polk, Carter, 
I'urnell, Brown, Fisher. 



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/.(•/(; ,^lice keene and Bernite Washington receive covetetl keys from President Williams and Dr. Waters. Right: unexpected switch finds Dr. 
Williams receiving award from AFRO! C Captain Fisher on l)ehalf of squadron: a cohn- photograph of our Campus Jet. 

/,(■/': .\lpha Kappa Mu Honor .Society Interest Group— Williams, 
Taylor, Brittingham, Dr. Waters (Sponsor) , Irma Polk (President 
of .\lpha Kappa Mu) , Ferguson, Bowins. ISelow: New members of 
.\lpha Kappa Mu: Quails, Williams, Johnson, Holdcn, Ford, Bowins, 
Christian. Missing from Picture: Carolyn Thompson. 





"Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges And Universities 




IVY JEAN CAR lER, '62, Major: Mu- 
sic: Miss Maryland State, '61; Women's 
Council (Vice President, '61) ; YWCA; 
College Choir; Student Council; Angel 
Flight; Who'i Who ('60, '61) ; Alpha 
Kappa Mu Interest Group; Charm 
Club (Vice President) ; Student Coun- 
cil (Secretary, '60) ; Student Counse- 
lor; Stagecrafters. 




ROBERI' FORD, 03, Major: Build- 
ing Construction: Alpha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society; Student Council; Men's 
Senate; Arnold Air Society (President) , 
Lettermen's Club; Newman Club; Year 
Book Staff; Student Counselor; 
AFROTC Operations and Training 
Officer. 




WILLIAM JOHNSON, '63, Major: 
Chemistry: Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society; Student Council; Men's Sen- 
ate; Science Club; Lettermen's Club; 
VMCA; Wesley Foundation; Student 
Counselor. 




IRMA POLK, '62; Major: English 
Charm Club (President) ; NE.A (Presi- 
dent) ; VWC.\ (Vice President) ; Y'ear 
Book (Features Editor) ; Wesley Foun- 
dation; English Majors, Pan-Hellenic 
Council (Secretary) ; .Alpha Kappa Mu 
(Presideirt); Women's Council (Presi- 
dent) . 




ELMER 'lAYLOR, '62 Major: Art 
Education: Men's Senate; ROTC Band; 
Concert Band; Atlanta University Art 
Exhibit; YMCA, Publicity Chairman; 
Alpha Phi Alpha (Vice President, '61) ; 
Who's Who. 




CAROLYN THOMPSON, '63, Major: 
English: Women's Council (Vice Presi- 
dent); English Majors; Student Coun- 
cil; Stagecrafters; French Club; Year 
Book Staff; Student Counselor; Lounge 
Coimselor; Alpha Kappa Mu Honor 
Society. 




BENJAMIN WILLIAMS, '62, Major: 
,\rt Education: Omega Psi Phi (Basi- 
leus, '60 and '61) ; YMCA; College 
Band; Senior Staff Photographer, Year 
Book. 




FAITH WILLIAMS, 63; Major: Busi- 
ness Education: Typist, Ledger; Presi- 
dent, Business Club; Newman Club; 
Student Counselor ('61, '62) ; \Vomen's 
Council ('60-'62) ; .'^Ipha Kappa Mu 
Honor Society; Student Council ('61, 
'62) ; Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
(Treasurer, '60) . 



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JAMES TOLSON, '62; Major: Agri- 
cidture: Treasurer, Freshman Class, 
'58; President; Sophomore Class, '59; 
Secretary, Men's Senate, '59, '61: New- 
man Club (Vice President, '59. '60; 
President '61) ; Hayes Loan Fund. '59. 
'60, '61; Parliamentarian. Science Club, 
'60, '61; Student Counselors (Presi- 
dent, '60) ; Alpha Phi Alpha (Trea- 
surer, '60, '61) ; \'ice President, Chess 
Club, '60. '61; NFA (President, '61); 
Alpha Kappa Mu Interest Group, '60. 
'61; II'/7o's Who, '60, '61. 



"Our Cause Speeds on its Way 




PHI BETA SIGMA, THE BIG BROTHERS: Mr. R. H. Beasley, member 
of the Distinguished Service Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma, is responsible for 
reactivating of the Fraternity here. 




THE IITTLE BROf H£kS I he Crescent Club. Kneelinfr: Christy, Mercer, Brooks, White, Hay, C. VoXV..^ Standing (Second Row): 
Chandler, Mitchell, ], Smith, F.arlcan Sturgis ^Sweetheart), demons, Taylor (President), Jones, P. Polk. TWrd «oi«: Mayes, Showell, 
Miller, P. Smith, Suggs. Bfjunds, Kilgore. 



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Hawks' Coaching Staff Mapping Out Season's I'lans: Andei-son, Wat- 
son. Taylor. "Skip" McCain (Head Coach) . 



Ihc Breaking of the Ice in the Midst of the August Heat. 














The Mighty Hawks; Seated, First Row: Finger. Price, Taylor, (Captain) , Spence, Thompson, I. Brown, Holmes (Captain) , Gadsden, Lewis. Se- 
cond Row. Clemones, Weaver, Ford, Pringle, Mitchell, Ward, Suggs, Borders, Wilson, Goodwin. Third Row: Davidson, Parham, Davis, Finn, 
.Mercer, Ross, Thomas, Beauford, H. Brown, Purkett. Fourth Row: Joyner, P. Thomas, D. Wilson, Johnson, Parker, Lane, Seabrook, Griffin, 
William.s. 




With a 4-2-1 record this sea.son the Hawks felt pretty good about the over-all record, li 
Hawk circles for years to come the favorite question will be: "Where was the ball?" 



The Hawks in Action In 1961 




1 he Plav of the Year: Where is that ball? 



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"Soda Pop" Suggs turning the corner for 
M. S. C. 



T. D. Wilson goes all the way. 



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Captain I'aylor leads the Hawks onto the field. 



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Hawks who leave the nest in '62: Above, the cheerleaders wish them 
well. Right: QB Harry Brown with study time on his hands. Below, 
left, FB John Price also finds library time, as does Charles Harvin 
(right) , Lowest left: Charles Holmes, AU-American, signs pro 
contract with Denver Broncos while Coaches Taylor and McCain 
look on. Lowest riglil: A smiling Holmes leaves library. 





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J.T. Williams, Center, scores with 
famous turn jimiper. 




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"Nate" Taylor 

Cool. Calm, and Competent 




\V. Beaufortl, I'orward, puts one in 
all alone 




THE H.AWK CAGERS-fronf How. Jackson, Batts, BeaufonI, Boulware, McCullough, Morris. Hack Row. Jones, Butler, Williams, Santio, Mapp, 
Smith. 



The man with the bag of drives, Morris, doing something very unusual, 

Jack.TOn, guard. he's driving. 



Al Santio, Forward, gets it off in time. 




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A ^pointer by Smith against the ridewatci boys 



Jesse "Ihc Stik" going up for a rebound. 





S. Jackson displays his Brother Tony's winning form as he drives Watch it, Mapp; let it fall! 

and banks in a 2-pointcr, 



"Chinka" scores again with his bullet jumper. Hampton. 



The big "Tap-Off" against the Pirates of VVally Beauford drives against Nor- 



folk State. 






Jackson's push upsets opponenls. 



Again the Hawks score 




^ Heads up and keep 
vour eyes on the ball, 
uiuiig people! 



\gain Jackson's bril- 
Uant efforts send the 
Hawks ahead. 



A smiling Smith hits 
pay dirt. 



.Someone stop him be- 
fore he scores! 



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The daring young Mapp floats with the greatest of ease. 



THE BASKETBALL STORY IN SUM 



Outstanding opening event of the season was the coming of Coach Nate Taylor's five tall freshmen from New York. 
Eating, sleeping, talking, but most of all playing basketball, they radiated enthusiasm and drive, and our Hawks ended a 

highly successful season with an 18-2 record. As we say good bye to AU-CL^A Jesse Williams, playing his last season, we 
say thanks to a mighty Hawk whose skill, determination, and tjrilliant team work were great gifts to the team. 



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1961 TRACK SOIAD. I-'iist Koir: Waimviight, Jackson, Br)'ant. ,S>fO»d fioio: Claiborne, Wilson, Goodwin, 
Morris, Morgan. 




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1960-61 TRACK TEAM. First Row: Davis, Rogers, Miller, Mays, Phipps, I'ayne, Bush. Second Row: Coach Clifton Andcr.son, Sellers, Parhani, 
Powell, Cato, Batts, Garrett, Finger, Jordan, Lewis. 



AJl-Star Hawks Charlie Mays, Al Santio, Riiss Rogers, practice in preparation for the oncoming 



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lona Relays. At this meet Maryland State's "Miraculous Eight" 
captured the meet crown. The Hawks were victorious in the 440, 
880, and 1-mile relays, Hop-Step-Jump, Broad Jump, 120 High 
Hurdles. The Hawks were the toast of New York. 



The N'.'M.A District 31 Meet at Trenton, N.J. .Again the Hawks 
were victorious and received invitation to the National Champion- 
ship. Top Right, National Collegiate Champion at Penn Relays 
(1960) Ed Bush wins in the Hop-Step-Jump. Bottom Right, sprin- 
ter Jim Phipps wins in the 220-yard dash. Below, sprinter-broad 
jumper Mays wins again in the 100-yard dash. Also Russ Rogers 
was victorious in the 220-yard dash and 120-yard hurdles. 




.■Vt Quantico Relays shot putter and discus man Al 
Santio shows his form in his specialty. 





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MSC'S C.OLF TEAM: Engh. Perry, Vierce, Wilkins, CIAA and NAIA Champion Bob Taylor (Captain) , Coach Theodore Briggs. 



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Tor the first time in man's memory the heavens opened and drenched Homecoming alumni. Loyal fans unfurled umbrellas, braved pneu- 
monia weather to cheer the Hawks up and down a muddy field to a 0-0 tie with North Carolina. Weather did not dampen Homecoming spirits, 
however. What Hawk cotdd be downhearted with the vision of a radiant Ivy Jean Carter, Miss Maryland State of 1961, before him? Here 
she perpares for her coronation assisted by ex-Miss Maryland State Lois Kelly, and Irma Polk, Women's Council President. 





Student Council President James Phipps, a proud man 
at this moment, crowns a radiant Ivy Jean. 




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Miss Marvland State and Her Court. 



In the golden jubilee year of her .\lma Mater. Miss 
Maryland State reigns happily. 






IVY JEAN CARTER, MISS MARYLAND STATE 1961 

Winsome and petite, with a fragile daintiness and Fragonard beauty. Ivy Jean Carter is everyone's ideal Miss 
Maryland State. She is a music major, a senior who plans to teach, an Honor Roll member (four years), a leader in a halt 
dozen worthwhile organizations. Keeping busy, winning friends, staying on the honor roll, looking beautiful: These 
are just a few of the many talents of our '6| Miss MSC. 



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FEATURES 







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In 100 \ears of devoted service, the land-grant college movement has given to America no more meaningful oi 
ganization than the clubs of the four H's, and the Marylanders pictured here are among the finest in the land. 



Uress Revue for 4-H Club Girls; Good Grooming tor 4-H Club Boys of 
Maryland. 





Home DenionsUatioii Agent Jones shows taini women how to con- 
\ert oil lamps to electric lamps. 



The "before" of a 4-H Club girl's room. 





Here is another symbol of the "before" in Extension Work: the 
pre-mechanization of the farm which has been a great concern of 
the Extension movement. 



Discussion willi Home Demonstration Agents (including Bettye 
Wolfe, a graduate of MSC) regarding home beautification projects. 
The beautiful "after" of the room— after the home beautification 
project had been complctetl — below. 




Symbol of the faini mechani/ation mo\enient which lias bee 
conspicuous development m the land grant era. 



Asiiculture 



100 vears 



Industrial Arts 







Aerial View of tlic AsjiituUuial Domain of our Land Grant College. 



Ag Major Charles Ayers, holding ckicken before camera, is host 
to NKA Poultry Judging Team. 




l'o|.>uldr Phase of .\g Major is Food Processing (Ice Cream Project) 
liiduslrial .\rtist-i Iniild a Mouse. 



Cleaning and care of milk equipmenl. 

Radio Repair in Indirstrial .Arts Shop. 





Home 



100 Years 



Economics 




Home Economics as an area of the land-grant movement used to mean only cooking and 
sewing, These gracious ladies, having tea in their Home Management apartment, emphasize 
modem phases of Home Ec, such as gracious living. They are: Cora Bouhvare, Julia Brown, 
Dr. Cecelia Humphrey, Mrs. Grace Morton, Monya Cephas, and Sylvia Riggs. 




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Informal get-to-gether in the Department gives ma- 
jors a chance to meet and become acquainted. 



Gracious living again: Freshmen are "at home ' to new Home Eco- 
nomics majors. Vernetta Easley pours for mothers, friends, and sis- 
ters of new girls. 




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Modem sewing skills begin with scientific stndy of textiles. Freshmen study 
threads of cotton under microscope. 



Home Ec Teacher I'ynettc Sharp (MSC giad) in- 
structs her class in pattern selection. 




CcKjking skills incluae learning to de-bone ; 
ham: Laura Jones, \'emetta Easley, Sylvia Rigg; 
do operation. 



Baking skills are practiced 
by one of few male ma- 
jors, Sylvester White. 



Child care being an important phase of modern Home 
Economics study, class executed projects Toys for Children. 




Professor Dcvenia Wallace and Patricia Ellis overlook a 
critical analysis. Bakers were: Ferguson, Kennedy, Mack- 
all, Doswell. Holliday, McClain, Lyons, Stanley. 

Photographed with the staff of the Home Ec Department are a number 
of graduates in a variety of fields: Seated (First Row) : Cephas, Home 
Demonstration Agent; Mathews, Social Worker; Stewart, Dietitian; Goods, 
Teacher; Hairston, Teacher. Second Row: Boulwarc, Dietitian; Stansbury, 
Housewife; Clark, Teacher; Fowler, Dietitian; Riggs, Teacher. Standing: 
Upshur; Hull, Dietitian; Mrs. Wallace; Miss Elps; Mrs. Morton; Miss 
Howard; Dr. Humphrey; Britton, Teacher; Wood, Dietitian. 





The New Art Education Building, August. 





I'rofessor Mostly, proud occupant of his new huilding, Scptcmhcr. 



Earnest Satchell, Junior Art Ed. Major, hammers away in the new 
and spacious quarters, October. 



Mr. .Vloscly overlooks class working with live model Ella White in 
new building, February. 



Happy students at work in the well-equipped ceramics rooms, March. 

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Visiting Professor Joseph I'arks of Lincoln Professor Parks in illustrated lecture. 

University talks shop with Professor Mosely. 



Professor Parks gives advice to 
Artist D. Stewart as other students 
observe. 



Winners in Del-Marva \tl Show: Thomas, Satchell, Costley, Wil- Delaware Artist Jack Lewis meets aspiring MSC artists at Library 

liams. Forum-Tea. 





Km Majors B. Williams and E. Taylor, and Professor Mosley begin work of love; putting new .Art Gallery in shape for spring shows. 





New Business Education Building. 





Dr. Sionc lectures to majors at beginning of new semester when 
building was opened. 



Typing students enjoy using new machines in new building. 



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Othc.i: .Machines practices take filace in spacious new <|uarters. 



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Miss Jones's class in shorthand revels in new eqiiipmenl. nc 
room, new desks. 



LET'S DANCE! 




With Barbara Gaithcr and Sedric Suggs 



The Air Force Blue At Maryland State College 
"W^ Learn By Doing" 




Senior Brass: Major L. \\ . Crackcn Captain James Pfaulz, Staff Junior Brass: Hawkins, Fisher, Smith, Stewart (Commander) , Stan- 

Sergeant F. W. Smith. Staff Sergeant Russell Moran. ford, Crump. 

IN MEMORIAM 

Soldier, Patriot, Teacher, Friend: Lieutenant Colonel Thomas H. Stringer, Associate Professor 
of Air Science, Maryland State College. 1949-1952. "How sleep the brave." 





ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY. Stiinding: Hawkins. Stanford, Dorscy, Fisher, Arnold Air Society Initiation, Spring 
Crump, Captain Pfautz (Advisor). Seated: Turner, Ross, Ford (Com- 1961. 
mander) , Stewart, Smith. 



Angel Flight: C. Douglass, L. Norris, M. Scott (Commander) , M 
Johnson, M. S, Proctor. 



MSC Drill Team in .Action. Commander C/Capt. Hazelton 




RIFLE CLUB. Standing: Tolson, Stewart, Fisher, Jones, Turner. 
Seated: Fuller, Wilkins, Stanford, Ayers. 



CHESS CLUB. Standing: Anderson, Major Cracken (.Advisor) . Mar- 
shall, Wallace, Thomas, Stewart, Hilton. 




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Military Da\, Spring KKil 



1 he Corps uf Cadets Marches In. ROTC 1961. 



Colonel Walker greets Miss Cunningham, Miss 



1961 Angel Flight in Action. 







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In the Field. 1 he 330 Sub-Detachment has sponsored numerous 
orientation flights during the years to illustrate their motto, "We 
Learn By Doing. " These flights are only a part of the overall 
training and experiencing of the cadets. Long range as well as 
local flights are used. 





.\LL HAIL TO OL R GRACIOUS •W'OMAX 
OF THE YEAR" - Friendly and likeable 
Ruby Cunningham is women's choice for 
1961. A biology major, with plans to teach. 
Miss Cunningham is a symbol of the good 
friend, the pleasing co-ed, every inch the 
lady, whose warm smile makes the day bright 
for everyone who meets her on campus. 



Women's Day .Speaker: Dr. Marjorie I'arkci 
.Supreme Basilcus, /\lpha Kappa Alplia Soror 
ily. 

Honorees of Awards U3)—Seated: Carter, Thompson, Coslley, Crosse, Cephas, 
Thomas, Harley, liowen, I'olk, Rainey, James. Slandiug (Second Kow) : 1 urner, 
Egglcson, Randall, Chester, Lyons, Rtiock, Davis, Richardson, Thomas, Ford. 
Third How: Crosse, I'arran, Saichcll, Foster, Gould, Tolson, Johnson, Powell, 
Pritchctt, Davis, Nfiise. 



Founder's Day Speaker: Bishop Noah 
Moore, a Graduate of Maryland State Col- 
lege, Class of 1939. 





I.eadeiship Coiivotalion Speakci: Nalional Ih- 
b;Mi League Secretary Whitney Young. 





\\bL>ciai(. tduoi 111 Chitf H. Brown 
tears hinibelf aua) from lay-out prob- 
lems (o heft the Olc Pigskin once more. 

Senior photographer D. Stewart also 
taking time out on Uncle Sam's busi- 
ness as the Chief of the AFROTC on 
campus. 















Art Editor Earnest Satchcll says that he has scnlptiired (riglit) and painted {lejl) Hawk-lo- 
End-Hawks. 



.V pensive Editor seems to be looking ^-p, 

over her staff to see whether all Hawks I 

are in the nest. 




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' Sports Editor E. Thompson may be pondering a Science Club I'rexy's problems. 



.\ssistant Sports Editor C. Thomas inspects work of Cousin Calvin in lay-out. .\11 in the famih. 

It is possible tliat Stall Correspondents Carolyn Thoinpson and Bernice Washington are no: 
seeing eye to eye on a Hawk problem and must send each other notes about it. 




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Lay-Out Eiiiior R. Ford wondtis 
whether three yeai-s of football and 
air science prepare one for his chores. 





That's LayOiit Editor C. Marcus insislini> 
dummy sheets aren't large enough. 



But Lay-Out Editor R. McCullough, with resigna- 
tion of experience, tackles jobs of all sizes. 



Senior Photogra|)hcr B. \Vil- 
liams sallies forth to capture- 
whatever is worth capturing 
for Hawk immorialitv. 







Uedicated Atlvisor Quails may or may not h 
trip to Virgin Islands to ask Caine Mutiny 
Wouk how to make sure Hawk would be al 



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author Herman 

1-time best seller. 



.\nother dedicated Photographer, S. J. B. 
Harris atop Campus Jet photographing 
himself. 



delighted with many successes 
seems happiest over New York 
Madi.vjn Square Garden photos 
of our Charlie Mayes outjump- 
ing Ralph Boston, 



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